Grazing

A herd of Limousin cattle grazing in the morning sun.

For my get pushed challenge from LaniK @lanikyea - My challenge to you is for you is to make a shot that that says farming.

Limousin cattle are a breed of highly muscled beef cattle originating from the Limousin and Marche regions of France. The breed is known as Limousine in France. Limousins were first exported from France in significant numbers in the 1960s and are now present in about 70 countries.

Alternate capture - http://365project.org/salza/extras/2018-11-10
@lanikyea one response to your challenge
posted November 10th, 2018  
Very nice.
posted November 10th, 2018  
Wonderful capture, layers, textures, colors
posted November 10th, 2018  
Love the layers!
posted November 10th, 2018  
Beautiful shot FAV
posted November 10th, 2018  
Beautiful image, like the layers of grass, trees and mountains
posted November 10th, 2018  
Looks so dry for so early in the season. The tan Limousins blend so nicely into the brown grass
posted November 11th, 2018  
Gosh, lots of grass. Good feed?
posted November 11th, 2018  
Beautiful
posted November 11th, 2018  
Love the layers of mountains, field grass -just wonderful
posted November 11th, 2018  
Lovely rural scene
posted November 11th, 2018  
@salza Sally I really like this photo!!! Here the Limosines are white and crossed on Angus make lovely silvery color calves. It is said the first Limosines to the US were embryos imported inutero in rabbits and the implanted in surrogate mama cows. I know they are very large cattle and most desirable for marbling---our longhorns are much smaller. A neighbor runs limosines. Thanks Sally for photo and please not I am posting my texture photo next.
posted November 11th, 2018  
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